Advantage of Refractory JM Mullite Insulation Brick
1. Low thermal conductivity
2.High hot compressive strength
3.Perfect Energy saving
Description of Refractory JM Mullite Insulation Brick
Lightweight mullite kiln bricks refractory for sale are made from good quality and superpure raw materials, with strictly classified fillings according to their grades. These fillings can form a uniform pore structure after burnt during the process of manufacture. Each grade of products has unique design to meet different thermal, physical and chomical demands.
Application of Refractory JM Mullite Insulation Brick
Mullite insulation furnace bricks refractory material can be used in linings or heat-insulating materials of the industries, such as, ethylene pyrolysis furnaces, tubular furnaces, reforming furnaces of synthetic ammonia, gas generators and high-temperature shullte kilns, etc
Mullite Insulation furnace refractory material can be used as working lining, where contact with flames directly. This kind of brick can save the kiln energy very much
Classification Temperature (°C)
Bulk Density (g/cm3)
Cold Crushing Strength (Mpa)
Modulus of Rupture (Mpa)
Reheating Linear Change (%)
CT-30 °CX 8H
- Q:what is the name of the cement used to build bridges?
- It is called Portland Cement. There is another cement called Pozzolona Cement and that can also be used with some restrictions.
- Q:What is a chemical that softens rock and cement?
- Hydrochloric acid softens cement. You can buy large containers of it for removing cement from brickwork. It will also attack some types of rock, especially limestones. Be careful with it though!
- Q:Did anyone die in cement at hover dam?
- I'm not certain, but I believe several men were buried in Hoover Dam. I have seen several programs on Modern Marvels and that's where I believe I heard it.
- Q:Fence Posts and Cement?
- Home Depot Fence Post
- Q:Why does cement hardens when exposed with air and water?
- Cement does not need to be exposed to air to harden. It can cure under water! This is why it's called hydraulic cement. Curing is one of the most important steps in concrete construction, because proper curing greatly increases concrete strength and durability. Concrete hardens as a result of hydration: the chemical reaction between cement and water. However, hydration occurs only if water is available and if the concrete's temperature stays within a suitable range. During the curing period-from five to seven days after placement for conventional concrete-the concrete surface needs to be kept moist to permit the hydration process. new concrete can be wet with soaking hoses, sprinklers or covered with wet burlap, or can be coated with commercially available curing compounds, which seal in moisture.
- Q:stucco over painted cement?
- The paint will not make a good substrate for the stucco and there is a chance that either the stucco will not properly bond to the paint, or the paint will delaminate under the stucco in the future. Would be better to have the paint blasted off the concrete first.
- Q:Removing cement residue?
- For removing a light haze try regular vinegar. It is a mild acid and works well in this application. I use a plastic spray bottle and a medium bristle brush. Spray an area and scrub with brush rinse with clear water. May take a couple applications.
- Q:How do I stop sweating cement floors?
- There a difference between hydrostatic pressure and moisture in the air causing the dampness. Hydrostatic pressure comes from below ( as Don said) and of course the other is in the air, which can be removed w/ a dehumidifier. The other , I haven t heard of anything that will really stop this. Other than basic landscaping to shed water away and to have your cement floor perimeter cut open and drainage tile installed. To find out which one is your problem, dry off an area of the cement w/ a fan and tape( duct tape) a 1ft x1ft pc of foil on to the cement . Leave for 24 hrs, and if you have a lot of moisture after that, chances are your getting water from under the slab. No flooring , other than ceramic flooring, should ever be put on this type of cement w/ this problem. You ll waste your money. GL
- Q:Do fence posts need to be cemented into the ground?
- This Site Might Help You. RE: Do fence posts need to be cemented into the ground? Erecting a PT wood fence.Do the posts need to be cemented in?
- Q:A cubic meter of concrete mix contains 420kilograms of cement,150 kg of stone and 120 kg of sand.?
- 150 Kg To Stone
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